How You Can Help

Adults are encouraged to help out as Assistant Scoutmasters, Committee members, Merit Badge Counselors, Campout Coordinators, drivers...there are actually unlimited ways to volunteer. To volunteer, see any adult at the Tuesday meeting or contact the Scoutmaster or the Committee Chair


Step 1 to volunteering is Training. It is Scouting's Goal that all Adult Leaders with direct youth contact are trained. All adult volunteers must complete the BSA Youth Protection Training and it is encouraged that all parents do as well. This provide maximum safety to everyone!

Adult Positions

Step 2 pick a job! Adults volunteers provide resources for the troop and serve as mentors to all Scouts in the troop. The number of adult leaders and committee members needed is dependent on the size and needs of the troop. These volunteers are key to a successful Scouting Program. Please contact the Scoutmaster or the Committee Chair if you are willing to help.


Assistant Scoutmasters

To fulfill his or her obligation to the troop, the Scoutmaster, with the assistance of the troop committee, recruits assistant Scoutmasters to help operate the troop. Each assistant Scoutmaster is assigned specific program duties and reports to the Scoutmaster. They also provide the two deep leadership required by the Boy Scouts of America (there must be at least two adults present at any Boy Scout activity). An assistant Scoutmaster may be 18 years old, but at least one in each troop should be 21 or older so he or she can serve in the Scoutmaster’s absence.

Committee Chair

Committee Members

Chartered Organization Representative